Ian Bayley Curteis (born 1 May 1935, London) is a British television dramatist and former television director.
In a career as a television dramatist from the late 1960s onwards, Curteis wrote for many of the series of the day, including The Onedin Line and Crown Court. In 1979, two television plays by Curteis were broadcast: Churchill and the Generals and Suez 1956. The Falklands Play, originally scheduled for production in 1985, was eventually broadcast in 2002.
He is divorced from the popular novelist Joanna Trollope, his second wife. His third wife is Lady Deirdre Hare, daughter of William Hare, 5th Earl of Listowel: together they have restored their home Markenfield Hall.
- The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling: Watches of the Night (1964) director
- Pity About the Abbey (1965) director
- Out of the Unknown: Walk's End (1966) director
- The Projected Man (1967) director
- ITV Saturday Night Theatre: The Haunting (1969) writer
- Thirty-Minute Theatre: A Distinct Chill (1971) writer
- The Onedin Line (1971) various episodes, writer
- Spy Trap (1972) writer
- Doomwatch: Flood (1972) writer
- The Edwardians (1972) writer
- The Regiment: Riot (1973) writer
- Sutherland's Law (1973) writer
- Barlow at Large 3 episodes (1974-75) writer
- Victorian Scandals: The Portland Millions (1976) writer
- People Like Us (1977) adaptation
- Crown Court 6 episodes (1974-77) writer
- Philby, Burgess and Maclean (1977) writer
- The Cedar Tree (ATV, 1977) writer, 2 episodes
- Churchill and the Generals (1979) writer
- Atom Spies (1979) writer
- Prince Regent (1979) writer
- Suez 1956 (1979) writer
- Miss Morison's Ghosts (1981) writer
- Lost Empires (1986) adaptation
- The Nightmare Years (1990) writer
- The Choir (1995) writer
- The Falklands Play (2002) writer
- "Medieval hall that spent 400 years as a barn brought back to life". Daily Telegraph. 24 Aug 2008.
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